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morning buzz this year in anchorage schools. more hustle at aj diamond high. perfect attendance suddenly means a little more. >> yes, kids are talking about it, community members are talking about it - i hear on talk radio constantly. >> they are talking about a $20,000 free car, a 4-wheel drive prize for being here every day. >> are free car, that's a reason to get out of the bed and come to school. >> only juniors and seniors like carley and nicky have a chance, and winning is not a teenage pie in the sky fantasy. what are the odds. they are not that bad. there are 3250 seniors and seniors. last year 182 had perfect attend tans. >> perfect means perfect. no missed school days for any reason. that gets you into a drawing for the free wheels donated by local autodealer troy jarvis. he admits it's a good advertising gimmick, but hopes incentivizing attendants will teach kids a lesson - outside the classroom in the real world of work - you have to show up. >> over the last 10 years there has been a decline in reliabilitiy, work ethic. in the school we see the same thing. we sending a messa
, but still very cold. anchorage, only 5. juneau at 15. some of that cold will spread into the central u.s., great lakes this weekend. it's on the move. today's high is only minus 23 in fairbanks, 8 in anchorage. we had the bulk of the rain move through central california, northern california and the mountains. high wind warnings are in effect for the higher elevations in the sierras. when that front goes through we could see a stray thunderstorm or two. we're not looking for stray thunderstorm or anything like that. l.a. 67 today. all of this rain avoids you today. slight chance of some showers tomorrow. it won't be a lot of wet weather. not as much as what we saw at the bay area. paige, interesting weather in the west. >> definitely. thank you, bill. >>> well, bob dylan's 1965 hit "like a rolling stone" finally has a music video completely interactive, and it happens to coincide with the elise of his new album. ♪ how does it feel to be on your own like a complete unknown like a rollin' stone ♪ >>> maroon five lead singer and judge on nbc's hit show "the voice," adam levine has been
are paying attention. >> there's a different early morning buzz in anchorage schools - more hustle at ag diamond's high to avoid the tardy table. perfect attendance means more? >> kids are talking about it. community members are talking about it. i hear it on radio. >> they are talking about the free car, the $24,000 prize for being here every day. >> a free car, that's a reason to get out of bed and come to school. >> only juniors and seniors like carlie and nicky have a chance. winning is not a teenage pie in the sky fantasy. what are the odds? they are not that bad. there's about 3200 juniors and seniors in the district. last year 182 had perfect attendance. perfect means perfect. no missed school days for any reason. it gets you into a drawing for the free wheels donated by autodealer troy jarvis who came up with the idea. he admits it's a good advertising gymic, but hopes insent vicing attendance can teach kids a lesson. outside the classroom in the world of work you have to show up. >> over the last 10 years there has been a decline in work ethic compared to the previous 10 years.
of it is that they bring a different experience. that is also important to have that voice at the table. so anchorage them to think about it as a possibility in the future and those choices are sent to themselves and even for me as much that was passionate about politics the daughter of running for public politics, uis have to go against the grain. whatever you do in life it is what it is and that is what i always did against the grain and i felt so strongly about the things that i believed in. that voice is a voice to fight for and it may change policy. there is a direct correlation. i love the fact that even today with the women's health initiative that weiss lawns by the disclosure that the nih was excluding women in clinical study trials, to this day it was the biggest human rights study ever. it's so so important is a cause-and-effect to have women participate in the political process and what evolves from it. i think about title ix for example. in fact, i was talking about it the other day with donna brazile as a matter of fact and she was the beneficiary. i said i love the fact that you get young w
significant lgbt community. by some estimates, in the three largest cities, anchorage, fairbanks and juneau, we're told we rank in the top half of cities around the country with 50 or more sex couples. so in the -- in the population centers in alaska, we have what i would describe for a state with small population, a -- a very significant and -- and important part of our community. because the contributions that come to our community, because of those within the lgbt community, make us, quite honestly, a better place, a better place to live and work and raise a family, and i believe that strongly. we -- we have pretty missed -- mixed population. a lot of people don't recognize, don't think about our ethnic diversity up north. we actually have the most ethnically diverse neighborhood in the united states of america is in my hometown of anchorage, in the neighborhood of mountain view. the elementary school where my kids spent their -- their early years, there were over 50 languages that were the home languages of the students in that neighborhood school. it's a pretty diverse community. it's
in anchorage says that her rates are going to increase 23% from last year. a woman from tawkeetana says it is an increase of 14%, a $10,000 deductible. but she is going up by 47%. out in wasilla this woman indicated i calculated we're expected to have an increased monthly premium of 224%. our premiums will be exceeding our mortgage by more than $300 a month. william in anchorage says that his health insurance has gone up 115%. out in anchorage, a woman is facing an increase in premiums of 45%. and again, she has indicated that she's been informed that she's not going to be eligible for any level of tax, of a subsidy. the gentleman in this e-mail, anthony out of valdez, has said he's looking at an 85% increase in his premiums, and that's just over, over the past four months, . he's a single guy. he's 41 years old. he says "i'm healthy. i've got money in my savings account.." but he's got a situation where he's going to be paying an 85% increase in his medical insurance premiums. and, you know, i go through these -- these aren't statistics. these are addressed to -- i know this is not abo
rain. outside of anchorag freezing rain, too. as we go throughout the day, unlike the last cple storms that came from the south wh rm air, thisone's coming fro the west. that's why we're able to get more winter weatr out of th. just be careful through alaska. also wita southerly flow and a littleit of a weak storm system. especially near maui. we got heavy rain thi morning. there will beight rain through holulu and a lot of clouds through the hawaiia island chain. one ofhe few times we won't see perfect nditions. lots of clouds. ill very mild as y'd expe. withhe rainfall, not the best of days. in the west yesterday, 92 degrees was the official high in l.a. at has to behe warmest temperature probly until next summer. not even close. 85 in phoeni 62 this morning. but we do have clear skies. a little more of an on-shore component today willeep it a little coor today. 81n l.a. 77 in vegas. beautiful the desert southwest. southern lifornia. e northwest, it's not horrible. still dealing th a lot of clouds and just t-and-miss showers. better chance of rain tomorrow. that's your national fore
. anchorage cold at only 8 degrees, of course, some light rain in the west tay. can you igine that, in rrow, alaska, saw theast sunset until the middle of january. >> bill, every time you show aska in the wther, i know you're basally saying to everybody else, "see?" >> yeah, suc it up. >>> over a half century and waiting, the sequel t "it's a wonderful life the 2015 will ar karolyn grimes. she was in the 1947 original. she played the daughter of jimmy stewart's charter, george bailey. her famous ne, "everyime a be rings an angel gets his wings." well, grimes gets hers. she plays an angel inhe sequel. >>> "real housewive of new jersey" stars tesa and joe deudyce facing charges. >>> james franco is known to be a cat gu sollen brought his love of cats and good lks into a 2014 calendar. interesting. >>> fans joy, the s of the original cast of "mty python: flying circus" will review night after 30 years apart. >>> the funer die website realizes a houseful of bhelors that one gup has yet to be represented on t bachelor. apparently a houseful of men poses chalnges. >> derek, u accept this rose? >>
. st. mary's, about 470 miles from anchorage, four of the ten people on board are dead including an infant boy. responders from st. mary's transporting six passengers for medical attention, no word on what caused the crash. investigators arriving at the scene today. >>> secretary of state john kerry is speaking in a new videotape about the iran nuclear deal saying this agreement with iran is "a beginning." the islamic republic will have to follow the limits on its nuclear program. mr. kerry also saying that most of the financial sanctions against iran remain in place, and the relief iran is getting over oil revenue is limited and reversible. >> i want to you know these were not easy negotiations. we drove a very hard bargain to achieve what we needed to in terms of our verification and certainty about where they're going and we drove a hard bargaining because -- bargain because we have one unwavering purpose in our goal, president obama has been absolutely clear that iran cannot and will not acquire a nuclear weapon. so we're going to get this done, i hope, but we're not hockkok
over the past few weeks .ncho a woman in anchorage says that her rates are going to increase 23% from last year. a woman from tokyo says it is an increase of 47% with 1 of you remember in the family in short, a $10,000 deductible, but she is going up by 47 percent. this woman has indicated -- i calculated we are expected to have been increased monthly premium of 224%. our premiums will be exceeding a mortgage by more than $300 a month. william in anchorage says thate his health insurance has gone up 115%. and out in anchorage, a woman facing an increase in premiums of 45 percentage.t again, she has indicated that she has been informed the she ir not going to be eligible for any level of a subsidy. that gentleman in this e-mail, anthony out of valdez has said he is looking at an 85% increast in these premiums, and that is just over the past four months,, when he started. a single guy, 31 years old.hy and healthy. i have money in my health savings account. but he has a situation where he will be paying an 85% increase in his medical insurance premiui and i have go through these -- these
? and i will say it's okay, i need a hug. >> host: charmaine is calling from anchorage, alaska. >> caller: hello. how are you today? >> host: please go ahead. >> caller: hi. i'm a native of alabama. i attended alabama a indian university. one year with dr. ronald slaughter from the political science department we attended some of for bloody sunday. and i had the excellent opportunity of meeting you alongside with rosa parks and a lot of outstanding people that i've always studied about. and i've been living here in anchorage, alaska, for 10 years. i'm an employee for the bureau of land management, and i was able to receive my masters degree in urban and regional planning. and i was so gung ho about coming here and working and everything, but i'm working here in anchorage, alaska, in corporate america. i find it very hard to advance as a black female. and i was just wanting your intake and your words of encouragement for helping me to keep hope alive and just being accepted more as an individual. not just because i'm black, but because i'm an individual and i'm a human being, and i have no
... this former lawyer sets the bar high for her students. from anchorage, alaska, welcome... and he teaches music at a school that has been nationally recognized for its music education. from huntington, new york, say hello to... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome. as with most of our tournaments, five quarter-final games this week. the winners come back to play as semi-finalists next week along with the four highest-scoring players among non-winners. patrick, mary beth, and kati, good luck. here we go. categories are... alex: patrick, you go first. i'll take novels for character for $200, please. patrick. what is "don quixote"? that's the novel. i'll do novels by character for $400, please. patrick. what is "the maltese falcon"? yes. novels by character for $600. kati. what is "the grapes of wrath"? you are right. novels for $800, please. mary beth. what is... "the once and future king"?
... ...and a high-school social-studies teacher from anchorage, alaska... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome. at long last, the finals, and these three finalists have arrived here by most interesting ways. we have mary beth, who earned close to $30,000 on yesterday's program and yet won by a margin of just $1, becky and her game, won by a margin of $19,000 on monday, and, two days ago, john won by a marg, which also happened to be his total earnings on that day. but forget about all of that. because today, they start from scratch. we add up today's total with tomorrow's to determine our $100,000 winner. good luck. here we go. let's find out what the categories are for this first round. alex: mary beth, off you go. i'll go with law for $200, please. becky. what is an appeal? that's it. "random house dictionary" definitions, $200. john.
from martinez, georgia... and a high-school social-studies teacher from anchorage, alaska... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny gilbert. and welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to what johnny just mentioned is the deciding game in this year's teachers tournament. now, i'm going to say something as a bit of encouragement to you, becky, and i've said this when the situation applies throughout the years, and that is that a player who is in a distant third position on the first day quite often comes back on day two to win it all. ladies and gentlemen, you can see the scores. we're going to get rid of them now. we will remember them and add them to today's total to determine our champion. good luck. here comes the jeopardy! round. and these are the categories. alex: and you also need a password, don't you? mary beth, start. korean war for $200, please. john. who is truman? yeah. password for $200.
from anchorage, alaska... and our returning champion, an administrative assistant from marysville, washington... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny gilbert. ladies and gentlemen, a trip to vietnam and cambodia a possibility for you, our viewers, today. and a trip to ecstasy for one of these ladies if you manage to win more than the $25,000 that rhea picked up yesterday. that was most impressive. norah and andrea -- nice to have you here. let's go to work, shall we? and here are the categories... alex: rhea. also a classic monopoly space for $200. [ beep ] "what is chance?" rhea? monopoly for $400. norah? what is go? that's right. monopoly for $600. andrea. what is free parking? yes. monopoly, $800.
direction, though, from the anchorage to the tower we will see a couple of lanes taken away lasting until 2:00 a.m. the afternoon commute could be slow. >> thanks, leyla gulen. >> dunkin' donuts has new treats for the holiday with the bloomberg business report next. >> dramatic rescue of a college student after he gets interest a serious jam. >> tag is a popular this is the creamy chicken corn chowder. i mean, look at it. so indulgent. did i tell you i am on the... [ both ] chicken pot pie diet! me too! [ male announcer ] so indulgent, you'll never believe they're light. 100-calorie progresso light soups. [ female announcer ] at 100 calories, not all food choices add up. some are giant. some not so giant. when managing your weight, bigger is always better. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. >>> covering benicia, san ramon, san mateo, and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> it is 5:12. a scary scene on sunday night football at head coach gary kubiak collapsed at half time and was ta
, and there's less chance of rain. with no tree or plant cover for anchorage, the topsoil can erode rapidly, discouraging new plants from taking root. if the region lies in a semi-arid climate or near the margin of a desert, this destruction of soil and vegetation may convert it into new desert. this change may be permanent for all practical purposes. for once desertification starts, it takes a costly effort to stop. in the united states, the most dramatic example of desertification occurred on the great plains. there had always been a very delicate ecological balance in this region between the very slight rainfall and the fragile plant life. when ranchers started overgrazing the land and farmers began overworking the soil, the situation became extremely dangerous. all it took was the great drought of the 1930s to turn the plains into a raging dust bowl. fortunately, thanks to conservation efforts and a series of wet years in the 1940s, the wheat lands of the great plains were eventually saved from becoming a desert. it remains to be seen whether the result of more recent and even more cata
think to martha mayer from anchorage, alaska, sent me a 1943 issue of a magazine called "real story. putt putt dedicated to the women of america at a time when wives, mothers, and grandmothers, took industrial jobs while our servicemen were fighting world war ii. how cool ills that? thanks for being part of the "the real story." shepard smith is reporting now from the fox news deck. >> watching three developing stories right now. first, massachusetts, four people found dead in one home two adults and two little kids. we're expecting new information in a news conference from police at any minute. we'll have it for you. george zimmerman arrested again. there's the new mug shot. we're waiting for the 9-1-1 call. >>> and a live look at a scene in toronto, where -- well, it will be, anyway -- where the city council is moving to strip the crack-smoking mayor of more of his power. >>> his fox news interview. >> i admitted to using illegal drugs in the last year. okay. i've admitted to drinking too much. okay. >> and there's much more to come from north america's mayor. so let's
the pictures out of oklahoma and texas, that looked like this. this is from anchorage. they had a nice storm, too. freezing rain smothering the cars and the roads there. we're inviting alaskan type of air down here for the weekend. let me show you. this would be afternoon highs today. traverse city, on the east coast, still in the 40s in new york. but it is windy. it doesn't feel like that. and by tomorrow morning, the cold front slips through. and look at the numbers tumble. 21 pittsburgh. 27 new york. and that's not it. i told you about the winds. this is what it's going to feel like tomorrow morning. it's going to feel like it's three below in minneapolis. it will feel like five in pittsburgh and detroit. albany, it will feel like two. that's two above zero. i don't know how better to say it will be cold. you take the cold air and put it over the warm lakes and you're going to get lake-effect snow. some places could see a foot, in far western pennsylvania and in ohio and in parts of upstate new york. the one spot that's warm, at least for now, not for long. 81 in miami. ft. myers, 84. and
. the flight went down near its destination which is roughly 470 miles from anchorage. the pilot was killed along with three passengers. one of the passengers, a baby boy. the conditions of the six surviving passengers is not known. they say the troopers and an air ambulance service are assisting those survivors. >>> developing news in africa, a mow -- mow mozambique plane has crashed. the plane crashed at a national park near the border with angola. no word there on what went wrong. >>> a major search and rescue operation continues that the hour at a crowded pub in glascow, scotland when a helicopter crashed through the roof. the death toll is continuing to rise and 32 others are in the hospital. we know there were more than a hundred people in the club attending a live music event when the chopper crashed last night. officials say patrons reportedly formed a human chain to pass injured victims out the door. search-and-rescue teams are still searching to make sure everyone is accounted for. >>> all lanes of the dunbar ton bridge are open after a man was killed on the span. the chp shut it
's village went down near its destination about 470 miles from anchorage. the pilot was killed, and three passengers, including a baby boy. the condition of the surviving passengers is not known. the state spokeswoman said they are assisting the survivors. >>> also developing news in africa. a plane has crashed killing all 33 people on board. that's 27 passengers and six crewmembers. a deputy police member said it crashed in a national park near the border with angola. no word on what went wrong there. >>> a major search and rescue operation continues this hour at a crowded public in glasgow, scotland after a helicopters crashed in the roof. 32 people are at the hospital. there were more than 100 inside the club attending a live music event when the copter crashed lift night. they are making sure everyone is accounted for. >>> new this morning all lanes of the dumbarton bridge are open again after a fatality on the bridge. the bridge crossth south bay reopened to traffic just after 1:00 this morning. it was shut down at 11:00 last night to investigate the beth of a pedestrian who was hit
470 miles from anchorage. the pilot was killed, and three passengers, including a baby boy. the condition of the six surviving people are not no one. the state spokeswoman said they are assisting the survivors. >>> also developing news in africa. a mozambique plane has crashed, killing all 33 people on board. that's 27 passengers and six crewmembers. a deputy police member said it crashed in a national park near the border with angola. no word on what went wrong there. >>> a major search and rescue operation continues this hour at a crowded public in glasgow, scotland after a helicopters crashed in the roof. we have an update. we know three people have died in the crash and 32 others are in the hospital. there were more than 100 inside the club attending a live music event when the chopper crashed last night. patrons reportedly formed a human chain to pass injured victims out the door. search and rescue teams are make sure everyone is accounted for. >>> all lanes of the dumbarton bridge are open again after a fatality on the bridge. the bridge crosses the south bay and reop
towards the center anchorage. this is backing up the traffic now all the way to a big oakland touchdown. i'm going to switch to the toll plaza here. traffic is going to start slowing down here about an order to accommodate the traffic that is rapidly backing out of the way across the bridge. the this 80 approach. we're still looking at 16 to 19 to 21 minute drive times out of the macarthur maze. expect those to continue to climb. also we've been tracking a hot spot on the san mateo bridge. things are easing a bit but the drive times are still up around 80 minutes. and our other hot spot to the upper e shore freeway they're getting some lanes open now. the rest of that drive westbound is still very slow mark. the start of the first phase of dismantling of the old eastern span of the bay bridge. against today. the start of the first phase of dismantling a set for 10 this morning. 1,400 ft. of the upper deck will be removed during the first phase. this is all being done and east of the year dublin ireland, on the cantilever section of the stand. bay bridge official said the first phase will t
of the nicest weather on the board. 65 degrees in l.a. anchorage, snow and 42. that's the weather around the nation. >>> that's your look at america's weather. we'll have more when we come back in the next half hour. >> thank you, sam. >>> coming up on "gma," new details in the case of the newlywed charged with killing her husband after just eight gays of marriage. the newly revealed documents that could seal her fate. >>> caught on camera. alarming video from the dash cam of a truck driver barreling down the highway, 65 miles an hour, looking at his phone. >>> and lady gaga, eminem. just a few of the stars center stage at the ground-breaking youtube music awards. >>> have you heard about this? the biggest baby born in america this year. all right, it's a gorgeous baby. think about it from the mother's perspective. the mother reveals how she made it through the pregnancy. >>> and the wanted. stay with us! ç i get out a lot... except when it's too cold. like the last three weekends. asthma doesn't affect my job... you missed the meeting again last week! it doesn't affect my family. your
quarters of a mile, the stream dumped in to the cove. cove -- is an ideal anchorage for small boats. well protected on three sides with a narrow entrance. not much title -- tidal action. i shall say clams to most of you folks. whenever you get -- whoever you order clam chowered it's made with these and not soft shell claims. as many as 2 -- kept it tied up in the cove. they had to travel to the main body of water for the bay to work. as you see, the cove was cleared off limits during the '40s to the fishing by the state of rhode island due to heavy pollution. it took place before the clean water act. i visited there this summer. i went cove while there. i stood on a hill high above the cove and gazed back and thought of the earlier times. i thought of the cohoggers. i became sad. the cove is still polluted. the. >> it's time to wrap up. >> 50 years has passed and the pollution remains. it's the end result in the weak environmental laws. let's work to make the ruling as strong as we can. otherwise we'll have many coves all over the nation. it is in your power to make it happen. remember th
, a tributary of the bay is an ideal anchorage for small boats are well protected on three sides within the entrance, and not much time for action. this period of time coincided with the day having an abundance of warthog. hardshell claims to most of you folks. whenever you get, whenever you order clam chowder, however, it's mostly made -- not soft shelled clams. .. >> the cove is still polluted. it closed around 1960 after approximately 100 years of operation dutching harmful -- dumping harmful chemicals. >> okay. it's time to wrap up. >> the pollution remains. that is the end result in weak environmental laws. let's all work to make this ruling the strongest we can, otherwise we will have many greenwich coves all over the nation. it is in your power to make it happen. just remember that clean air and water are necessary to sustain life. and, yes, i was a -- [inaudible] and during the break i'll be happy to explain the trade to you. thank you. >> thank you very much, both of you. we'll call the next two, please. patricia brookbauer and ashley goff. [background sounds] remember to speak
, the stream dumped into greenwich cove. the cove is an ideal anchorage for small boats, well protected on three sides with a narrow not much and title action. this time coincided with the day having an abundance of - hardshl clams. clan chador, it is mostly made with hardshell clams. dozen hardshell clams cap there skiffs tied up in the code. they had to travel in the main body to work. the cove had been declared off- limits during the 1940 cost to all fishing due to heavy pollution. before the clean water act. i listed east greenwich the summer. while i was there i went to the cove. i stood on a hill high above the cove and gazed back and thought of those earlier times that i jim, t i the workers, and theilent al, others, and i became sad because the cove is still pollute. it was closed in 1960. >> time to wrap up. >> the pollution remains. that is the end result of neglect. let's work to make this ruling as strong as we can. otherwise we will have many greenwich cove's all over the nation. it is in your power to make this happen. remember that clean air and water are necessary to sus
the federal government will grow as it continues, or it might not continue. in anchorage, alaska, good morning. caller: good morning. my question is about the keystone pipeline. i know a little bit about it. the question i have is why do they need more oil? texas, they have been sending their oil elsewhere. they have more than enough. why doesn't canada run their line over to british columbia and distribute overseeing -- overseas? why is there so much controversy and what are the politics behind it? host: i will throw this to ben geman. guest: we are seeing this huge boom, we will need imports for quite a while. canada is our biggest supporter. advocates would say this is a country that we have a great relationship with and you have these refineries that are equipped to run this really heavy oil, and right now they are getting a lot of it from venezuela and mexico. advocates of the pipeline would say if these refineries need that heavy oil, let's get it from our neighbors up north. opponents would make the case is now to stop creating the infrastructure that enables this. host: the canadian go
, and the anchorage elevated speech from shakespeare and innate patriotism for the books in the united states and use those successfully in 18601864 but lincoln was a man do love the theater and like to attend so often that john wilkes booth's planned to assassinate lincoln on the way to a different performance but them lincoln decided to not go that night and wilkes booth change his mind then eventually did assassinated him up for a peter in wilkes booth used his knowledge of the theater to figure how to navigate his way through the house and even to a laugh line in the play so in some ways lincoln went to the theater he was undone by it and his son was at a different theater at aladdin he heard someone say they have shot the president he would it to the white house but did not find out until the next morning. after the 19th century the second thing develops that challenges their vision coming about its new technology first the ability to project your voice to many thousands of people beyond those who are in their room those who speak to this audience there is a wider audience and delano roosevelt k
on it. this was a business, it will make a lot of sense. we doidea was why don't them from anchorage to dawson. it makes no sense. part of this is to go to the park. it would add 400 miles to the traveler. i know it is a big issue. alaska has a border. we have a corporation with canadians. understandink they the logistics of this and how large alaska is. put it off thell coast of california. i think you and make a very good secretary. he come from aber i.t. of fields. you are practical. you look at these issues. -- you come from a variety of fields. you are practical. you look at the issues. more money on the payroll. we would be happy to share this information with you. the office is clearly where we wrote a letter this week. it is good for our economy. it is good or homeland security. it is a good relationship builder. i do not know if you have a quick comment. would you at least look into this if the opportunity arises? >> yes. >> lemmie also go to the issue of the coast guard. i chair the subcommittee on oceans. as more arctic development , it requires the coast guard to be there
, it could be colder. it's 6 in anchorage. isn't that a fun game? you guys like that? >> it could be a lot warmer, too. >> look at that. >> thank you, ginger. >>> coming up, family murder plot. the mother on trial for allegedly planning to kill her husband. and has prosecutors explosive claims she recruited her brother and son to help her. >>> cee lo green back in court today after appearing on a hit tv show last night. could he end up behind bars? >>> and the story behind these adorable snapshots going viral. we hear from the mom who snapped her little boy and new puppy. such great shots. eye candy, people. >>> how do we follow that? how about this? free stuff. cameron mathison, very thorough. filling those tires with air. that mazda is headed somewhere. and it's cameron mathison. so, it's probably not nova scotia. so, it's probably not nova scotia. ♪ i'm gonna do this... no... no... no... yes... (laughing) yes!! ♪ in mcdonald's story of caring for children's well-being. new happy meal books that make nutrition fun! once there was... a tinyasaurus who was mini and meek. a goat who
years old living in anchorage, alaska where my dad was stationed in the air force. i just remember sadness. patti ann: we have jl. i was in 7th grade. everything stopped. we had monday off and watched funeral and news on only three channels back then. just three channels. jon: i remember that as well as a kid. mary writes, at age four i tugged on my mom's apron, and asked why are you crying? she said, our beloved president is dead. it is the first memory i have of mom crying. >> just one more for you, nadine king says, i was in 10th great biology class when the announcement came in. shock and sadness invaded our school. we'll never forget. interesting that teachers and principals announced it to their schools. i'm not sure that would even happen today, the school environment a little different. jon: yay, that is where i remember hear about it. i was leaving my kindergarten class, the school, principal, my teacher, i can't remember which, made announcement. you're right these days, a lot of people might shoe kid out of the building and let them find out their own way. whether that i
. marys. that's about 470 miles from anchorage. >> north korea state media is claiming that 85-year-old war veteran merrill newman who has been held captive in north korea more than a month that apologized for alleged crimes during the korean war. eunice is in shanghai, china with more. eunice, good morning. >> reporter: good morning andrea. north korea is accusing detained american veteran merrill newman of war crimes during the korean war during the 1950s. the authorities released a video on state tv showing newman reading his alleged confession. in it the 85-year-old man from california purportedly apologized for his actions. it was dated november 9th and he said he was guilty of a long list of indelible crimes against north korea. north korea. newman was in north korea legally as a tourist on a nine-day trip and held captain tip since october 26th when he was taken off a plane by authorities when he was heading home. other american war vets have visited the country in the past without any problems. now that he has gone through this confession, many believe there could be a possi
. this was involving a plane crash near a remote alaska village. st. mary's about 400 miles from anchorage. 4 of the 10 people on board are dead, including an infant boy. no word on what caused the crash. investigators arriving at the scene today. >>> north korean state media reporting a detained american ved ran has now apologized for alleged crimes during the korean war. state television releasing new videotape of this 85-year-old merrill newman. he was arrestled about a month ago while traveling inside the country. live in los angeles with the details. dominic. >> hey there, greg. big questions as to whether merrill newman wrote this apology actually by himself. merrill was part of the united nations career six partisan regiment back during the korean war. with the intelligence bureau. the koreans accused him of war crimes from that time. and also for acts against the state during his recent visit where he is returning to talk to perhaps or meet some of those people that he met during the korean war. in fact, during that apology, he describes how he wants to meet, quote, surviving soldiers and pray
of the day. anchorage, alaska. ktuu channel 2. friday, it's going to be warm. just about as warm in anchorage as in new york city. periods of snow. 33 degrees. rest of the country look at the afternoon temperatures. going to stay in the 30s today, teens and 20s as you get into northern plains. 80s in florida on into southern texas. wet weather making its way from the great lakes all the bway don >> showers continue through part of the day. clearing, though, overnight. >> the guys over here said -- >> it says on and off. >> that's for the bat computer. >> it's got a cd player. >> anyway -- >> wow. >> coming up next on "trending" the answer that led to the awkward and hilarious moment on "the family feud." >> at 8:17 we'll go inside the book depository. what was it like for one family to witness the assassination of president kennedy? >>> and one of the newly crowned sexiest men alive, john stamos, he can ride shotgun with me. but first, these messages. >> i'll show you how to get out of the car. >> help me out. this is the quicksilver card from capital one. unlimited 1.5% cash back on every pu
climate, our community. i am all for it. host: let's go to sam in anchorage, alaska. he is a democrat on our line for undocumented immigrants. caller: of. -- hello. for 18 years.ere my wife is a citizen, and my kids are citizens, and if i go back to my country, i cannot come back for 10 years. i am stuck here. i am wondering when you will bring the immigration bill on the floor in the house. i know three republicans are supporting the democrats built. is there any hope you bring the immigration bill on the floor this year? this is my question. guest: i have a lot of hope. we have to get it done this year. my concern is we will have a lot of big issues next year as well as another election. time is of the essence. over the next three weeks, not only will he get more support on all of the immigration bills, but hopefully we will get to the floor debate right after that. we have to get the american public focused on this as well, and really talk about the facts of this bill, the facts of border security, and talk about the register provisional status that our immigrants would be them tha
into a cove, tributary of the bay, is an ideal anchorage for small boats, and not much tidal action. this period of time coincided with the bay having an abundance of clams. whenever you get -- whenever you order clam chowder, it's mostly made with -- not soft shell clams. as many as two dozen kept their work skiffs tied up. they had to travel into the main bode body of water because the cove was declared offlimits by the state of rhode island due to heavy pollution. this was before any clean water act. i visited this summer and i went to the cove. i stood on a hill high above the cove and gazed back and thought of the earlier times. i thought of the workers, jim, nick, al, and the others, and i became sad because, you see, the cove is still polluted. the bleachery closed after 160 years of operation dumping harmful chemicals. >> it's time to wrap up. >> 50 years have passed and the pollution remains. that is the end result of neglect and weak environmental laws. let's all work to make this ruling as strong as we can. otherwise we will have many greenwich coves off over the -- all o
us in anchorage, alaska. republican caller. caller: i had a question regarding how is the money spent to secure absentee votes for our men and women overseas? thank you. guest: that is a very good question. and my experience -- i worked on political campaigns in california and one of the things we did, there are publicly available list of absentee voters. especially as more and more states start adopting early voting or stock at national start adopting absentee-only voting like in the northwest, it becomes more important. frankly, from a campaign standpoint it is much easier. as well as knowing who the absentee voters are, often you will get a list of people who have already voted. that allows you to check them out of the list, of the people you need to reach out to. essentially a work the same way. you find out who the people are -- as well as you would find other people living on a particular street. you send the mail. you will advertise in places where it you know they will be watching. and once they return their ballot and they voted, you take them off the list. host: joshi here i
the flights do them from anchorage to dawson, which makes no sense because part of the trip is to go to dolly park. it would add 400 plus miles air miles and costs to the traveler. it is almost like, i know that it is a big issue and pay a lot of attention to the southern border but actually alaska has a border too. we have actually good cooperation with canadians with regards to our border so i just don't think cdp understands the logistics of this and how large alaska is. i know sometimes they put everyone puts alaska in a little box off the coast of california but they forget it is one-fifth the size of this country. so i would hope thaw could look into this. i would think you would make a very good secretary and i think because you come from a variety of fields but also your, from my conversation that we've had and others, you're practical. you look at these issues. just seems they have given what i would call a classic bureaucratic response. inefficient use of resources despite the fact when you do the numbers and actually makes them money and puts more people on payroll to do a service
is in anchorage at 27 degrees. chicago, detroit, minneapolis, all warming up to mid-40s. >>> musical choice for the story was an easy one. let's hear some of the police "message in a bottle." ♪ i hope that someone gets my message in a bottle ♪ >> there is the bottle. >> the message written by a couple 36 years ago as they sailed the pacific. not knowing how long the bottle was in the water. >> for two decades it's been on the shelf of a guy named louie. he did a search for the woman who wrote the message and found out she died earlier this month and he returned the bottle to his daughter who lives in california. that is sweet. >> remarkable story. >> kind of thing you don't expect to ever happen, especially when you are the one putting the bottle in a massive body of water. >> don't think you will ever see it again for sure. >> there it is. >>> coming up, the big change on "the daily show. who will be looking for your laughs elsewhere. >>> the blind man thrown off a flight over a dispute involving his service dog. the protest by the passengers. it is an incredible story and it is coming
to my attention. but that's not the case. literally, less than a month ago, october 27, the "anchorage daily news" reported on allegations that were made by senior alaska national guard chaplains of pervasive and long-standing sexual assault and sexual misconduct within guard ranks. there were allegations of some 26 different sexual assault and sexual misconduct that was reported in the news. they became aware -- the chaplains became aware of these incidents through their own observations and through complaints that were brought to them by guard members. so i had an opportunity then back here in washington, d.c., to ask senior leaders of the national guard bureau when -- what they knew about this situation, when did you find out about this situation. you know what the answer was? they read about it in the news clippings. really? i mean, it -- it just -- it just stuns you. when we're talking about how we've got this system where all the way throughout the chain, we're addressing this. well, somewhere there's a broken link in this chain. and, again, when the media finded out about it fir
micah getting a lot of attention on our twitter page. anchorage you to check it out and share your thoughts. -- i encourage you to check it out. from angel -- guest: absolutely. host: caffe is next joining us from california. thank you for waiting. -- cathy is next. all her co- caller: i live in the central valley and i like to go the los angeles to visit my family and in bakersfield we have to get out and ride a bus. it takes the fun out of it. i would love to take the trains over the mountains to union station. guest: it certainly would be nice to add a lot of routes, a lot of extensions to amtrak weird -- amtrak. but it all comes down to the availability of funds. host: another issue on the table. onthe worst happened september 11, 2009 -- 2001, as were used airplanes as missiles. how are rails a secure and what protection do we have against terrorism? guest: i am not able to speak specifically and i do not work for amtrak and i am not privy to what is going on. what one could certainly google security and amtrak. i know from talking with amtrak officials, they certainly take it
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